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Comments On - Wild Pollinators Share Pathogens


Good to know
Annie, Houston, TX
Posted: 7/25/2012 8:21:55 AM
This is pretty alarming. If the native bees have to deal with the stress of pathogens in addition to their habitat destruction, I don't know if they will make it.
Jess, Olympia, WA
Posted: 6/14/2011 11:56:54 AM
I believe that creating more habitat would be very helpful. See my blog post at http://bit.ly/iiTHDt
Bill, Windham, NH
Posted: 2/17/2011 12:10:20 PM
The more Bees the better! Raise your own colony.
Pat, San Francisco, CA
Posted: 2/11/2011 3:38:00 PM
Interesting.
l, l, OH
Posted: 2/9/2011 11:54:29 PM
I've always been around bees but never raised them. I've always known they were important to the flowering plants to get pollinated but I didn't know there were so many different kinds of bees. To me a bee is a bee.
David, Omaha, NE
Posted: 2/9/2011 4:08:00 AM
Good to know.
Galadriel, Lothlorien, ME
Posted: 2/8/2011 11:49:07 PM
This is very interesting information. Again, it underscores the need for genetic diversity in the field, the avoidance of pesticides and herbicides and the need for more species available to the pollinators.
Bruce, Las Vegas, NV
Posted: 2/8/2011 9:38:00 AM
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